We need our brightest minds to solve our biggest challenge
If you consider yourself to be a leader in your generation, with the power to inspire and lead change in the lives of others, you may be who we’re looking for.
The Teach For Malaysia Fellowship is a highly selective, challenging and rewarding two-year leadership development programme focused on addressing education inequity in Malaysia through the efforts of outstanding youth leaders.
We invite applications from exceptional Malaysian students in their final year of study and young professionals who want to pioneer this exciting mission and begin their career driving real impact and long-term change. You will teach in high-need schools in Malaysia to significantly transform the academic achievement, aspirations and outcomes of these students. You will receive intensive training and support, taking on huge responsibility and grow through a steep learning curve. You will develop tremendously through amazing personal and professional development opportunities.
Best of all, you will directly impact the lives of children in high-need communities and understand what it takes to solve education inequity in the long-term. After the two years, you become a Teach For Malaysia Ambassador and join an influential national and global alumni platform, becoming a leader in the private, social or public sector to expand education opportunity for all children in Malaysia and the world.
Do More Than Dream.
Teach For Malaysia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that is enlisting Malaysia’s most promising future leaders in our mission to end education inequity. The Teach For Malaysia Fellowship is a two-year, full-time and fully-paid leadership development programme modelled after the extremely successful Teach For America initiative. We are one of 24 partners of the prestigious global education network Teach For All. Currently, Teach For Malaysia has placed two cohorts of Fellows throughout schools in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Perak, Penang and Kedah.